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years. the gentleman from michigan, mr. conyers, had an amendment that would have shortened the sunset by two years. but we won't even have a chance to consider it. perhaps because some of our republican colleagues might also want to support such an amendment.
now!" from grand rapids, michigan, this is "democracy now!" >> collective bargaining is what got us here. it is not just about my job, but this plant, the whole committee. vote yes. >> was chicago public school teachers remain on strike, another labor battle is brewing in michigan. in november, voters will be asked whether collective bargaining rights should be enshrined in the state constitution. voters will also be deciding on a law that allows unelected managers or corporations to take over cities, effectively fire elected officials. then "detropia." and looks at post industrial detroit and its struggle to survive. >> i am out there at 8:00, 7:30. i don't be late for anyone. what am i to do when all i have is the bus? please, please, don't take our transportation away. >> we will also look at the obama administration support for indefinite detention at home and abroad with logger marcy wheeler here in grand rapids. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from grand rapids, michigan.
collective bargaining a constitutional right in michigan. the state supreme court ordering that referendum to be put on the ballot this november, but over in wisconsin, they're starting to see the badger state's budget improving after governor scott walker rolled back the power. and toby, which state has it right? >> and i'm looking at the numbers here. and my gosh, wisconsin, they're not that far apart. i don't know if you know the geography there. >> thank you, toby. >> and number one, and any way you measure it, unemployment rate, the debt, the way that they-- the taxes have gone up, by dropping rate and they're the quintessential state like the mind warp. and somehow michigan's gone into a time warp and just gb back to the 1960's, we're going to do great here or maybe through the 1990's, i don't know. but wisconsin up. michigan needs a brain check. >> brenda: what do you think, susan? >> well, i think michigan is looking at what happened in wisconsin and is saying, we don't want to see the rights of our workers stripped away by the whim after politician and toby, when you look at the w
to come here and play good football against a great team in michigan state and we knew we had to do it on the backs of our defense. offensively we had some chances that we kind of let slip through our fingers but i'm proud of the way we played. we're physical as a football team. we got to control the line of scrimmage against a great team. just another step. we're sticking to the process. get egg better each week. >> your first hostile environment for your young quarterback, everett golson. what did he show you tonight sth. >> he can make some plays and we're not even close to where we need to be but i'm so proud of the young men, he went on the road as a freshman and did some good things. >> heather: congratulations. >> brent: only 50 yards rushing for michigan state here tonight, herbie and your final thoughts? >> kirk: the reason they only had 50 yards rushing is because notre dame did not respect their passing game and still michigan state is able do that. kept everything inside that boxed area. >> brent: quickly to heather. >> heather: manti, bittersweet night, emotional week l
developing over lake michigan bringing lake effect rainshowers ... the cool air is running out over the warm waters of lake michigan ... here is the radar view of the situation: you can see the shower is coming into michigan right here the northwest wind is delivering the cool air to the chicago area. the showers are towering over indiana as we speak ... it would otherwise be considered a snowbelt but now you just sees some rainshowers ... the east coast will be seeing some severe weather this afternoon and this evening there are some big storms running through right now ... new york and upstate new york has an outlet for severe weather today ... there is a moderate risk of severe weather in the mid- atlantic corridor from washington d.c. all the way into new england ... the wind is blowing with gusto here in the midwest and we have those frost warnings for this evening that's for the far northwest suburbs it will not enter chicago city proper this evening there is the warning for wild fires out west and the plains states it's been cooler here ... we are looking at the low forties for
. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from michigan seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, pursuant to house resolution 788, i call up the resolution h.j.res. 118, providing for congressional disapproval of the administration's july 12, 2012, waiver of welfare work requirements and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the joint resolution. the clerk: union calendar number 489, house joint resolution 118, joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, united states code, of the rule submitted by the office of family assistance of the administration for children and families of the department of health and human services relating to waiver and expenditure authority under section 1115 of the social security act, 42 united states code 1315, with respect to the temporary assistance for needy families program. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 788, the joint resolution shall be considered as read. debate shall not exceed one hour with 30 minutes equally divided a
's practice. >> we are going to see -- it is falling back through eastern michigan. heavy at times and thunderstorms are occurring out that way as well. other than that, minus a few thunderstorms across florida, there's not a lot going on. we have been in a quiet weather pattern where a cold front moves through and high pressure moves back in. we don't have to worry about a lot. we are going to see this cold front to the south and east. heavy rain through eastern michigan. this moves through lake erie and on tear ya. through texas, it's going to be warm today. highs getting into the 90s and close to 100 degrees. here is a closer look at the thunderstorms approaching flint, michigan and the detroit area as well. we will see, i'd say about an inch or so of rain from the thunderstorms and the showers and storms continue across florida. as we go into tomorrow, this front loses a lot of steam. it shouldn't bring the northeast a lot of rain as we go into your friday. veronica? >> housing sparks. mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the richest of them all? your "first look" at business hea
, knows that central michigan scored five points ohio state struggled. beat uab. 29-15. they go to a conference game in east lansing against michigan state. penalty flags come down as the center decided he was going to keep that himself. the old hidden ball trick and brian stork. >> referee: please reset the game clock to 2:11. there you go. you called the trick play. as i recall, the ball was at the 33 yard line. that is what shocked everybody about that ball. butler got the ball back. florida state proved it here in the second half. they were under the gun. and the 'noles first time scoring 49-plus in the acc game in consecutive weeks. they beat wake forest 52-0. at the end of the first half. you wondered a little bit about them and of course another piece of magic disappeared tonight and heather cox, in the clemson release. they pointed out, she was on the sideline, were they 4-0 and even won a basketball game. they thought that was all they needed. what happened to that magic? what happened? >> heather: i'm feeling a ton of pressure. you told me you give me a game ball. i ca
they're being rescued. they know they need to get out of the is water. >> the michigan dog rescue. see how it turns out. >>> welcome back to the show. don't forget to check in at rightthisminute.com. great videos all day long. >> as we well know, it technology has changed our world. one guy used technology to change his mom's world. this is lindy, the mother of a guy named chad. and lindy is sending an e-mail for the first time in 12 years. lindy suffered a stroke 12 years ago and from that, she now has acquired asay shah, she has a communication disorder that impairs a person's ability to process language. she's using her hand the same way we would on a connect video game to take out different displays, different faces, and these little faces express a very simple emotion. and this then becomes a simple e-mail. you can see the smile on her face. she's so ecstatic. now she feels like she can connect. >> he's made it easy for her to use. using really advanced technology in a simple way to communicate. >> to tell us more about this we have chad rubl via skype from brooklyn, new york, rig
from michigan paula and kevin clint down from detroit on an impulse holiday weekend. >> how did the idea come together to go to south beach? >> paula. that was my baby. she didn't skimp on herself. and she liked to live the good life and going down to south beach, that was it. >> a down and back. hit the clubs, do some shots, hello, 2010. >> it was great. we had it all figured out. go down to south beach, celebrate the new year's come back on monday. >> but come monday the live in boyfriend and girlfriend pair were not on a plane to detroit. kevin was a worried guy wandering down the streets in a city he didn't go looking for paula. she was missing. the aspiring leggy model with blonde hair down to there had absolutely vanished. >> harvey new year. >> looking back if lady gaga hadn't been booked it at the hotel paula wouldn't have insisted on the trip and got separated. in miami kevin scored scalper's tickets for $700 each. >> this is the hottest ticket in town. she heard the celebrities were going to be there and she had to go to lady gaga. >> their attendance at the show was d
in on the michigan governor jennifer granholm, the former michigan governor and her dramatic impassioned speech she had. >> well, you know, maybe if you give us a lot of red bull, we can start impersonating the michigan governor. >> to that point, i think that she did serve up a lot of the red meat to all of the lions in the room. so in that sense she was very effective. but to go back to the president's speech, look, he knew that today's job numbers wrnts going to be what we wanted to, so he, again, rose to the occasion and said, tough decisions. i am asking you the work with me, and i never promised this to be easy and romney left an opening, because he has never asked anybody to put some skin in the game except for the middle class whose programs the romney/ryan budgets cut and their skin is raw. so in that choice of vision, the speech along with the other speeches, it was effective. >> thank you both of you, and red bull and aspirin is the take away here obviously from both of the conventions. you guys are the last ones standing. >> i agree with that. [ laughter ] michigan governor served a lot
are moving. >>> two soil samples have been taken from roseville, michigan to search for jimmy hoffa's body. we should know the results on monday. if human remains are detected, there will be more excavation. the police chief is saying, quote, there's no discernible remains found in today's search. he was the former teamster's boss who went missing in 1975 and declared missing seven years after that. >>> it has been 421 days since the u.s. lost its top credit rate i rating. more people said they think more jobs would be created in the coming months. that of course is a really big thing. more jobs will slash that deficit. >>> our third story, another day, another bad set of numbers for mitt romney. there are two new polls today by the american research group and they have mitt romney trailing president obama in two more swing states. five points in new hampshire and two in virginia. although i wanted to highlight the virginia one. there had been other polls to show that gap wider. this would be a much better than expected result than some of the others we've seen. this week -- has not been k
from michigan, mr. benishek, called the sportsman heritage act of 2012. the essence -- the essence of that bill was to allow hunting and recreation on federal lands. and yet the author of the motion to recommit is coming down here saying we should have multiple use on this bill but he voted against the bill h.r. 4089 this spring. i have to tell you, mr. speaker, the crock tile tears that i see from the other -- crocodile tears that i see from the other side is overwhelming to me. this motion to recommit ought to be defeated. the land exchange that's offered by our colleague from minnesota rights the wrong that was wrongly made 34 years ago. i ask my colleagues to vote no on the motion to recommit and yes on passage. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the previous question is ordered on the motion to recommit. the question is on the motion to recommit. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the noes have it. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. ellison: request a recorded vote. the speaker pro tempore: a recorded volt is requested. those favoring a re
they have a good chance of winning. missing from that list, wisconsin, paul ryan's home state. michigan, were you surprised for example wisconsin and michigan were not included? >> wolf, i was not surprised that michigan was not included. i mean, governor romney -- i was just thinking back to a conversation i had with him a year ago. and i asked him if michigan would sort of remain a sentimental favorite. and he said he would look at the map and see. so i think that the romney campaign knows that michigan is a stretch. something would have to shift fairly fundamentally in this race with the economy and perhaps other things for michigan to be in play. wisconsin was a bit more of a surprise. wisconsin is a much more of a classic battleground state. even though democrats have won it in the last five presidential elections, it's still been very close in 2000 and 2004. and paul ryan comes from a state that's more of a democratic area. so if he was to win over some of the democrats in janesville, in rocket county where he's from, that could help the republican ticket. the romney campaign i th
also want to talk about swing states. we have two new polls to show you from ohio and michigan. the nbc news "wall street journal" maris poll shows that obama has a 7% lead in ohio. and in an epic mara poll, obama leads by ten points in michigan, one of romney's home states. what do you make of that? michigan. romney spent a whole lot of time growing up there in michigan. should he be worried? >> michigan went for obama in 2008, so i don't think that michigan is really necessarily should be a central focus of concern. however, ohio should be. and for the republican candidate to be able to win the presidency, it's been said by many different people that that person needs to win ohio. but we're talking about this, what, september 15th? before we've even had a presidential debate. and as we know in politics, as this week demonstrates, things can turn on a dime and presidential leadership is continually being tested between now and november, and getting up on that debate stage there are going to be a lot of tough questions about what we saw in the middle east what we saw about america's cre
, florida, michigan and nevada and north carolina, they have jobless rates above the national average which is about 8.1% in august and among the 12, michigan's rate rose in the last month. how does this help or hinder president obama in gaining an edge going into the general election? >> those numbers are so key in a lot of states where you have some states doing better than others. in all of the states, everybody knows somebody who is out of work they don't have the job they want to have. republicans, the numbers are higher because a lot of people are higher. that is going into the strategies what base they play in as an indication that obama is surging in michigan, that is romney's home state. he didn't do that great in the republican primary. they are going to have pick their battles. they have to win ohio. virginia is probably a must win for romney. but midwest or southwest or some combination. they are going to look at the unemployment numbers because that goes to what people are feeling. >> kelly: what about foreign policy? we've seen what is going on in arab and muslim world. how mi
in northern michigan, in 2004, they ripped up the floor of a detroit house. and in 2006, they tore down a michigan horse barn. each time, they found nothing. investigators hope they will know next week whether the 37-year search for hoffa could finally be over. john yang, nbc news, roseville, michigan. >>> and up next, the apology a lot of apple customers have been waiting for. >>> this was the scene at m & t stadium in baltimore last night. the crowd was cheering for the referees. the real referees, that is, working the first game since the settlement ended the lockout by the nfl owners, which made everybody realize how important their job is. let's hope they enjoyed that moment. because about three minutes into the game after a call against the ravens, the real referees heard a more familiar sound, booing. >>> for a company flying high on the height and success of its iphone 5 launch, a rare and dramatic comedown today. apple ceo issued a public apology for the new maps application that has had users alternatively outraged and confused. among them, huey long bridge on land, and elsewh
is the search, in 2003, investigators dug under a swimming pool in northern michigan, in 2004, they ripped up the floor of a detroit house. and in 2006, they tore down a michigan horse barn. each time, they found nothing. investigators hope they will know next week whether the 37-year search for hoffa could finally be over. john yang, nbc news, roseville, michigan. >>> and up next, the apology a lot of apple customers have been waiting for. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up my moderate to severe thanks. plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clear
. michigan is one of those states. >> okay. explain this to me like i'm a 2-year-old and try to do it like you are not. >> people walk into the voting booth. they check the straight party ticket box and they think they have voted for everything, but they haven't. they still have to vote on the non-partisan section of the ballot. >> that's a big deal in a place like michigan. they're non-partisan. >> voting half way? >> not voting for everything that can be voted o. right. >> so "the west wing" cast gets together as sort of a voting psa? >> almost. >> this is bridget mary mccorporal it. ma mary mccormack's sister running for state stream court in the non-partisan section of the ballot. >> a and she's mary mccormack's sister. >> wait. this is a campaign ad from "the west wing" cast? >> yes. to tell us a little more about this campaign ad we have one of the actors from "the west wing" via skype right this minute. richard shift is joining us. how did they get all of you to take time out of your busy schedules to do this? >> well, we're all unemployed and broke. mary bribed us with cake. i had
seeing in these states? >> it's interesting -- michigan we're seeing a consistent lead still for obama -- >> jennifer: [overlapping speakers] >> jennifer: circle it with blue. that's michigan. >> and if that comes off of the table, the math gets heard and harder for romney. virginia is still split exactly down the middle. >> jennifer: okay. >> and it has a growing immigrant population, a more young dynamic suburban voters and then florida of course -- romney has to win florida. there's no way for him to put this together without it. big turnout question. how many young voters? how many of the new voters you can turn out for the democrats, but also big debate about medicare. >> jennifer: so this is my lousy way of saying that virginia and florida are split, right? >> they are very very split, and ohio we're seeing a persistent support for obama. it came more into play with ryan on the ticket but that was from a natural advantage -- a republican hasn't won wisconsin in over -- in 20 years, so it's theoretically a swing state, but i still think the unconventional lyi
. it gets me fired up. and being from michigan you throw in mitt romney telling us to go bankrupt and then later taken credit for the turn around, i almost lost my mind. so for now know that we throw ourselves into it, because this stuff is important. it matters. it's about jobs and families and futures, and for some people it is literally about life and death, and we heard passion from all sides. people yelling about cars. people yelling at chairs. so sometimes you just got to leave it all on the floor. we all just plowed through an intense two weeks of political conventions. people tuning in from around the world tweeting like mad, just to bare witness to this amazing democracy. i know it is hokey to some but it is just so awesome to me. i'm exhausted not just because of late nights and hard work and six minutes on the stage, but because these two weeks were full of everything i love about this country. it's just like we finished a good workout, paul ryan style, p-90x. now the training is done. and we have a lot more to do. debates,ed a, unexpected news that is
michigan and wisconsin all the way to the northeast and new england. some areas along the coast going to be picking up -- upstate new york picking up anywhere from three to five inches of rain, rain stretching down to florida and georgia. we're looking for a beautiful day in the pacific northwest. the heat continues in the mid plains down into t good morning. it is a born and humid start for us. we will see some thunderstorms develop this >>> and that's your latest weather. natalie, jason. >> all right, al. thanks so much. this morning on "today's" home, we're going inside a celebrity home. >> ivanka trump allows cameras inside her apartment for the upcoming issue of decor. we're getting the sneak peek first. the vision of your apartment, really about designing with the idea of your daughter who is now one-year-old but the time you were pregnant with her. >> i was pregnant. i was three months out from having our first child. i was incredibly in this nesting stage. everything had to be absolutely perfect. i was going through the apartment with a fine tooth comb looking for a paint chip
conversation because i expressed concern about the growing rise in michigans in tripoli. -- militias in tripoli. the growing number east of benghazi, growing in numbers and their arms capability there. he was clearly concerned about that. but he suggested to me at some point to go to benghazi, to see for myself. so i think he understood very well the increasing concern about extremism, but he never did mention to me anything about his being on an al qaeda hit list. >> and as far as security goes there are so many situations that can seem so worrisome and not just in libya. fran, thank you. appreciate your insight this morning. thanks so much. >>> the death of ambassador stevens, just the beginning, in fact, politically speaking. the white house's top brass now about to brief congress on the volatile and deadly situation that's unfolding right now. we've had violent clashes erupting from north africa throughout the middle east and southeast asia. this is a glimpse of the hot spots on your map in front of you. of these explosive attacks, there have also been suicide bombings. anti-american sentim
with senior economist kevin hassett next. in the former michigan governor jennifer granholm at the dnc last night giving howard dean among for his money. the archbishop of pendency dolan gave the closing benediction. ♪ lori: republican congressional leaders tonight blasting the white house for missing a key deadline to submit a report on the so-called sequestration spending cuts set to go into effect next year. under the terms of the bill signed by president obama last month the office of management and budget was required to submit a detailed explanation of how it would implement $109 billion in across-the-board cuts. the white house spokesman says the report will be turned in next week. well, today's disappointing jobs report fueling hopes for new action from the federal reserve. when they gather next week cover romney suggesting new measures would do little to stimulate the economy. >> i think it's hard to predict exactly what the federal reserve will do. i don't think there is any action that they're going to take the will have an immediate impact on the economy. frankly, i think they
the bailout, which mostly helps him in michigan but it helps him in ohio. he can talk about the economy in ohio because the nation's unemployment rate is a full point higher roughly than ohio. that is going good to be the tough dynamic for mitt romney. he's going to talk about the economy. romney had said the unemployment rate would go to 6% nationwide. he has to make the case, don't just be satisfied with a mediocre economy, it can and should get better. both of these guys are not going to be taking ohio for granted. arthel: is ohio like a life boat for governor romney that will bring him to a sink or swim come know it will be a tough situation for him to bash the president's economic policies when you have a 7.2% unemployment rate there. the president is going to say, hey, you can go ahead and attack me on my trade policies with china, but it doesn't matter because remember, i am the person who brought about more cases against china in my first term as opposed to president george w. bush did in his two terms in office. >> yeah, i think that romney is going to throw deep a little bit b
at this one a waterspout over lake michigan saturday. the national weather service classified these s similar to tornadoes but caused by thunderstorms. >> today it was a beautiful day actually but it has been windy. the winds are slowly subsiding tomorrow it promises to be an absolutely gorgeous day but in parts of central illinois and the far southern sections around chicago it's possible you could see a shower or even a thunderstorm. time lapse pictures will show you absolutely nothing tonight blue sky all day today. no cloud cover. but the winds are the big story. right now we have a 14 mi. per hour wind at o'hare airport high-temperature today up to 70 degrees. we will show you those numbers in just a moment but look how far north and northwest the warm air extended about those numbers look at these overnight nolow temperatures. nothing like that tomorrow morning we expect our overnight low temperatures to be above 50 in most areas thanks to the continuing southwest breeze, tonight it's 62 across o'hare. breezy but clear out there. we have two systems we are watching one coming at us fro
toward the back. >> michigan is one of 15 states that uses nonpartisan elections to choose their supreme court justices. this is bridget mary mccormack. mary mccormack's sister running for state supreme court in a nonpartisan section of the ballot. >> who's mary mccornel ac. >> something tells me she's delightful and smart. possibly hot. hard to say really. come on. we're walking and talking. >> jennifer: i just this. the cast that you just saw also works in this endorsement for bridget mccormack who is the sister of actress mary mccormack who played kate harper for three seasons on the west wing. bridget is a university of michigan law professor. she's running for a spot on the michigan supreme court and because it is a nonpartisan position, a lot of voters might skip over that race. this is very bad. state courts overall decide 95% of this country's legal cases. so coming to us tonight from grand rapids and the great state of michigan is supreme court candidate bridget mccormack. bridge et, so great
. in florida, 33%. in michigan it is 30%. >> we know as that negative equity amount increases we see new problem loans entering the system at a larger, at a larger pace. >> but, as i said it is a little hard to tell how all this is playing out in the election. nationally a "gallup poll" in may found 74% of the voters ranked home values, mortgages as extremely important economic issues but voters split about evenly which candidate could tack kel housing problems better. in florida, friday, romney launched new ads against the president on falling home values there. >> here in florida we're not better off under president obama. home values collapsed. home construction jobs lost. high rate of foreclosure. >> but get this. a "new york times" poll in august found that just 22% of florida voters considered housing and foreclosure issues extremely important to their votes. dead last, of seven issues polled. david and liz. liz: wow. david: that is surprising. right in the thick of it and don't think it is that important? >> okay, guys. liz: on that same vein a report out today from fannie mae sho
and michigan, represent opportunities for both tickets to score potentially big wins. but, if republicans win in the last two, in wisconsin and michigan, whoa, katie bar the electoral vote door. and here is our fox news who would have thunk alert. that's a little too dramatic. you get the idea. these are democrat state bastions not gone red since ronnie reagan, that's a stunning in measured-- michigan, and don't hold it against them. and it's too crucial to ignore. states they all won easily four years ago, and kind of a jump ball today. and you wonder why so many democrats are worried and some folks in charge of raising money for them are worried, one of the president's top fundraisers on the phone, don, the math still looks good for you guys, but it's problematic, lectorly, what do you think the way things are looking now? >> well, i think, it's interesting that so many battle ground states are more competitive than i would like to see them. but, i think michigan, for example, romney's doing well in michigan, still the president is leading there, but that's the state his father was governor
, family looking for work. >> reporter: in michigan, vice president used labor day to rip in republicans as disinterested in working class. >> they blame you as the problem. >> reporter: the claim that americans are better off four years ago has republicans crowing how out of touch the democrats are. the latest "associated press" poll indicates by more than two to one people say the financial situation has not improved or is worse than four years ago. 36% say worse. 36% say same. 28% say better. >> every president since the great depression who asked americans to send them in to a second term could say that you were better off today than four years ago, except for jimmy carter and for president barack obama. >> rerporter: a new "charlotte observer" poll shows tie where it's higher than the national average. 15 electoral college votes are at stake. independents, the president trails by six points. >> you will hear alibis and scapegoat to cover up the presidency. >> he and his wife ann rented a jet ski. romney has three debates with the president in october and plans to accelerate rehearsa
of car recovery. michigan seems to be off the map. ohio is a huge car production state. toledo is all about jeep and g.m. and you're going to hear a lot of talk about that going forward from the democrats and comparatively little from the republicans. >> eliot: the auto bailout will be the president's political saving grace. i give him credit on an economic level. i think tim geithner and you just said it, dan, thinks that he used the powers to the full extent that he had it did not begin to under leverage that he had and that's the mistake that they didn't know how to use it. joe williams and dan gross thank you for your time it i'm jennifer granholm, let me tell you a story. in colorado the auto rescue saved more than 9,000 jobs. in the great state of michigan, 211,000 good paying, american jobs! in romney's world, cars get the elevator, and the workers get the shaft! (vo) want more granholm? get her every night. >> eliot: global climate change is refashions our landscape. and it's new topography is making it more vulnerable to the sun's rays. the worse it gets the worse it get
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